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EUMM - Just a monitoring mission!
Zuzana Brunnerova, Slovakia Stabilisation, normalisation, confidence building and reporting – the four cornerstones of the EUMM mandate and, at the same time, the first four words which I remembered when receiving information about my upcoming deployment to Georgia. Honestly, it did not mean much to me in those early days. This was my first mission, and I was primarily focused on adapting to my new life. However, there is much more to those four key words of our mandate than meets they eye!
EUMM makes a difference
Georgina Magnussen, Denmark My name is Georgina Magnussen and I am 39 years old and from Denmark. For the past 14 years I’ve worked as a police officer in different fields, for example, patrolling, community policing, riot police and investigations. My job has given me the opportunity to work abroad in Kosovo and Palestine, and the EU Monitoring Mission is now my third mission...
Niels Jegind, Denmark I am from Denmark and have a background in public administration and EU external relations. I completed my Masters studies in public administration and EU foreign policy in Denmark. I also have an additional Master’s degree from the College of Europe in Warsaw where I specialised in the EU’s neighbourhood relations towards the south and east...
Being part of the Mission, which helps people live more safely, is the most rewarding experience of all
Lubica Hirkova, Slovakia Before coming to the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) in Georgia, I was involved in Civilian Crisis Management at the Slovak Ministry of Interior. As an Advisor on International Affairs, I was primarily responsible for the deployment of Slovak Police Officers to the EU, UN and OSCE missions, which also gave me the opportunity...
Participating in the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia is important for me because of my own background as an Internally Displaced Person